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Rich Iowa

07-02-2011 12:15:00
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Changing the ATF in my Dodge this morning. While pouring the used fluid into a container I saw the magnet resembled a mini donut which I expected. What I didn't expect, was to find this (the metal, not the dollar). It's about 3/16" wide, 1/16" thick, and has a couple gouges in it from when it must have been wedged some where before or after it broke off. Anyone know what specific part it used to be? What I'm really wondering is... where's the rest of it?! Looks like I will be investing a little more money than I initially had planned.

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scotc

07-03-2011 08:02:47
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 Re: Look at I found in reply to Rich Iowa, 07-02-2011 12:15:00  
Time to rebuild or replace. It's a piece of snap ring off one of the clutch drums.



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Rich Iowa

07-03-2011 08:12:09
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 Re: Look at I found in reply to scotc, 07-03-2011 08:02:47  
Thank you Sir. I knew I'd be doing a rebuild at some point, just not so soon. The truck will stay in stock form and only see occasional pulling duty, but I will upgrade the tranny a little so this doesn't happen again.



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scotc

07-03-2011 09:25:10
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 Re: Look at I found in reply to Rich Iowa, 07-03-2011 08:12:09  
Sir? Where?

They are actually fairly durable. They just need regular fluid changes. And don't use the transmission to stop it changing directions, use the brakes.

Put a good torque converter in it. The lock-up on the stockers is a bit weak, then they slip and put debris through the rest of the system. It's a cellulose(I.E, paper)-based friction material. Do some looking around online, I don't know if they build dual or triple-disk convertors for the gas engines, but there are better ones than the stock ones.

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Rich Iowa

07-04-2011 20:04:24
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 Re: Look at I found in reply to scotc, 07-03-2011 09:25:10  
I ask the same question when people call me Sir. I never use a transmission to stop a vehicle before changing directions. Good way to ruin one in a hurry.



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scotc

07-06-2011 19:12:17
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 Re: Look at I found in reply to Rich Iowa, 07-04-2011 20:04:24  
My uncle did all the plowing we did with the truck, and believes the brakes just get you stuck.

Two trucks, 9 years, 3 clutches and 4 automatics.



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Brian Jasper co. Ia

07-10-2011 06:58:16
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 Re: Look at I found in reply to scotc, 07-06-2011 19:12:17  
Unless each one of those trucks has a million miles, 4 transmissions in 9 years is pretty poor. 3 clutches in the other one doesn't sound like much to write home about.



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Rich Iowa

07-07-2011 04:45:04
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 Re: Look at I found in reply to scotc, 07-06-2011 19:12:17  
I haven't done a whole lot of plowing with a truck but sounds like he needed better tires or more weight if he was worried about getting stuck.



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scotc

07-07-2011 20:07:02
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 Re: Look at I found in reply to Rich Iowa, 07-07-2011 04:45:04  
Lake effect snow belt. You push it way the heck back from the start so you have room to push it back later. You can fix the yard come spring.



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ASEguy

07-03-2011 05:13:24
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 Re: Look at I found in reply to Rich Iowa, 07-02-2011 12:15:00  
Rich, Is that a waver snap ring or flat? The only place I know of a waver snap ring in everything down from a 47RE is what Chrysler calls the rear clutch or for diagnostic purposes called the forward clutch. The forward clutch is applied in all forward speeds so if that's what it is, and the other 2/3 comes out you won't have any forward speeds. Hope this helps. Gerard



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Rich Iowa

07-03-2011 08:04:41
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 Re: Look at I found in reply to ASEguy, 07-03-2011 05:13:24  
It is flat, or suppose to be flat. Looks like it got a slight bend in it at some point. Those forward gears would come in real handy while trying to drive. Start looking at rebuild Tuesday. Thanks



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scotc

07-03-2011 02:06:42
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 Re: Look at I found in reply to Rich Iowa, 07-02-2011 12:15:00  
I'm posting it on the DTRF, if anyone knows what it is someone there will.



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charles todd

07-02-2011 19:07:00
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 Re: Look at I found in reply to Rich Iowa, 07-02-2011 12:15:00  
Cannot be good! Buckle up for the future.

CT



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Rich Iowa

07-02-2011 19:30:06
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 Re: Look at I found in reply to charles todd, 07-02-2011 19:07:00  
I bought the truck knowing the tranny wasn't at its best, so I'm shocked or upset about it. I will be talking to a couple shops next week about rebuilding/ improving the tranny and adding more cooling capacity.



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rustyfarmall

07-02-2011 14:57:23
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 Re: Look at I found in reply to Rich Iowa, 07-02-2011 12:15:00  
Possibly is part of an internal snap ring?



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Rich Iowa

07-02-2011 12:16:46
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 Re: Look at I found in reply to Rich Iowa, 07-02-2011 12:15:00  

Would help if I attached the photo. Sorry about that.



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Brian Jasper co. Ia

07-10-2011 06:54:43
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 Re: Look at I found in reply to Rich Iowa, 07-02-2011 12:16:46  
That's definitely part of a snap ring from a clutch drum. I'm going to bet there will be at least one drum that will have to be replaced along with the soft parts kit.



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Rich Iowa

07-10-2011 07:22:49
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 Re: Look at I found in reply to Brian Jasper co. Ia, 07-10-2011 06:54:43  
The local shop I take my vehicles to said it's more than likely part of the snap ring for reverse. As long as the rest of the snap ring stays in place I'll have reverse. If it falls out I'll still have all forward gears but won't be able to backup.

They are putting in a rebuilt tranny for me. It'll have all the upgrades for the 46RE, prolly change the coolers as well.



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scotc

07-10-2011 09:49:03
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 Re: Look at I found in reply to Rich Iowa, 07-10-2011 07:22:49  
I'd be interested in knowing just which one it is.



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Rich Iowa

07-10-2011 21:25:32
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 Re: Look at I found in reply to scotc, 07-10-2011 09:49:03  
I would like to know too but it sounds like they just exchange the trannys and ship this bad one back to be rebuilt with upgraded parts. I may never know which snap ring it is. I'll ask about it when they do the work.



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scotc

07-10-2011 22:47:21
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 Re: Look at I found in reply to Rich Iowa, 07-10-2011 21:25:32  
That's how I figured they'd so it.



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Bad trans

07-04-2011 23:16:21
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 Re: Look at I found in reply to Rich Iowa, 07-02-2011 12:16:46  
You'll be needing several more of those dollars to fix it.



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Banditfarmer

07-02-2011 15:25:53
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 Re: Look at I found in reply to Rich Iowa, 07-02-2011 12:16:46  
I bet you that soon you will soon have trouble with it. It will start to viberate soon and then the fun starts. Start looking for a replacement. Bandit



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